Quality contemporary Navajo handmade jewelry. Specializing in Tufa and sand casting using sterling silver, Argentium sterling silver, and gold with natural stones and turquoise.
Ronnie Henry is an internationally known, award-winning Navajo jeweler and metalsmith. He began his career as an apprentice jeweler in 1985, working with his father and mother, the silversmith George Henry and Nusie Henry. After spending many years training and mastering his art, he founded his own business in 2005. Since then, his work has appeared in all the best-known shows in the United States, including the Santa Fe Indian Market, the Heard Museum Guild Show in Phoenix, AZ, and The Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial in Gallup, NM, and others. He has won recognition through several high-profile prizes and honors. In 2013 he was a winner in six categories, including Best in Category in the casting division at Gallup Ceremonial. Recently in November 2016 at The Autry Museum of the American West and Indian Arts and Crafts Association(Spring 2012) he has won 2nd place in both instances.
A member and past board member of Indian Arts and Crafts Association(IACA).